Most of our clients love interior design and the creative side of getting a new loft conversion. With so many tv programmes and magazines available, you can get overwhelmed by choice, but sorting through realistic and tasteful design ideas is quite simple once you know where to look.
The new(ish) social media phenomenon, Pinterest, is home to thousands of interior design images and plenty of people pinning their dream homes. Just sign up and collect everything you like from across the net. You can even find retailers to buy whatever you pinned by following the links.
Tumblr has loads of image-based interior design blogs such as Loft Designs on Tumblr which collect everything from storage ideas through to staircase designs. While some of the more open-plan ideas may require building consent, they’re a great way to think about what you can do with your new-found space.
Design Inspiration is what it says on the tin. Set up by a visual designer, it’s full of beautiful ideas – from New York loft minimalism through to Ottoman decadence. The loft conversion area features stunning bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and living spaces full of unique furniture and space-saving ideas.
The interior design Mecca, Houzz, has 47,000 loft conversion photos and counting. You can find ideas for velux, gable-end, mansard, and dormer loft conversions, regardless of what you want to use the room for. Most seem to feature neutral colours with a few accents to make the conversions seem spacious without sucking out all of the personality.
If you want to see what you can do with us, look not further than our case studies. We regularly add our latest work so you can see what we’ve done in your area, or find out what you can do with your particular loft conversion type. If you’re a bit stuck for ideas, just talk to us and we can have a chat about the best way of using the space you’ve got.
Home designing’s photos are pure luxury, with enormous spaces filled with boutique furniture. There’s no reason not to have a look and take a few ideas.
With all of these resources online, there’s no reason to start collecting cuttings from magazines or buying interior design books – you can pin, save, and curate all of your ideas easily online.Tags: houzz, inspiration, interior design, pinterest
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